SU_photo01.jpgFriends, mentors, colleagues, and problem-solvers, Wright State University staff members are among the best and brightest in the region.

Often behind the scenes, more than 1,500 full-time and 120+ part-time staff members ensure the countless university functions continue smoothly. From attracting the brightest students, to seeing them off as successful alumni—and everything in between—these dedicated Wright State employees share their expertise, talents, creativity, and attention to detail with generations of students.

Staff News

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October 21, 2014
Symposium includes a keynote address by Ohio State's vice president for research on the SHARE (SHared Access Research Ecosystem) Initiative.
October 20, 2014
Robert Sweeney, executive vice president for planning at Wright State, honored for supporting and advancing the interests of the Hispanic community.
October 16, 2014
Five people with links to Wright State will be those speaking or performing at TEDxDayton2014 Oct. 17.
September 11, 2014
Timothy Broderick will lead lead scientific research at the Wright State Research Institute and serve as professor of surgery at the Boonshoft School of Medicine.
September 03, 2014
Staff are recognized for excellence in areas such as leadership, human relations, service, collaboration and innovation.
August 15, 2014
Former Air Force Base Commander Cassie Barlow will join the Aerospace Professional Development Center in September.
August 08, 2014
As Wright State’s associate vice president for Latino affairs, Tony Ortiz is building bridges between the university and the area’s growing Latino community.
August 05, 2014
Excerpt Dr. Mike Weisend is a senior research scientist at the Wright State Research Institute in Beavercreek, Ohio.  He’s a neuroscientist who worked on developing something called neuroimaging-guided transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS. Basically, it’s a device that uses electricity to …
August 04, 2014
Wright State Research Institute continues to attract talent staff, including the former director of the Sensors Directorate at the Air Force Research Laboratory.

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Staff Councils

 

What is CSAC?

The purpose of the Classified Staff Advisory Council is to promote its constituency; review, initiate and make recommendations on appropriate issues, policies, and procedures; foster and facilitate communications among members; and provide opportunities for professional growth.

What is USAC?

The purpose of the Unclassified Staff Advisory Council is to represent its members to the university by: promoting their general welfare; advocating for unclassified staff through active participation in university governance structure; reviewing, initiating and making recommendation on relevant university policies and procedures; encouraging and facilitating communication among members; and encouraging professional development opportunities. 

One of the prime responsibilities of this council is to serve the educational community by creating and maintaining an environment conducive to the teaching, learning, research and service functions of higher education. The recommendations of the council are submitted to the university president.